DIRTBAG ROUNDUP: Carla Blanton and Corinna Savoy charged with assaulting deputies at fatal crash scene caused by fleeing drug dealer; both carted off to the slammer

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Savoy crash that killed Carol Anderson on Pegg Road on March 3, 2019 Bay District VFD photo

DIRTBAG ROUNDUP: Carla Blanton and Corinna Savoy charged with assaulting deputies at fatal crash scene caused by fleeing drug dealer; both carted off to slammer

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Everyone knows that in Sin City that the bystanders’ rule at crash scenes of people that they know, and the cops ought to wise up and get out of the way so crackheads and booze-filled friends and family members of those who cause these horrific wrecks can sort things out themselves.

Carla Evette Blanton charged with choking a deputy at crash scene on Pegg Road in Lexington Park on March 3, 2019.

St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on March 3, 2019, Dep. Fenwick was at a crash scene on Pegg Road in Lexington Park, when Carla Evette Blanton, 48, of 46599 Midway Drive, Lexington Park, Md., attempted to bypass officers on the scene, and get access to a drug dealer involved in the wreck.

Blanton may be in the same nest of drug dealers who thrive in Lexington Park as the driver of the car that killed a Leonardtown woman in the crash.

Police say that Blanton placed her hand on an officer’s throat and attempted to choke him.  Officers on scene attempted to take Blanton into custody, at which time she began resisting and grabbed another officer by the shirt.  Blanton was taken into custody and charged with Assault 2nd Degree, Resist/Interfere with Arrest, and Obstructing and Hindering. Blanton already has a free taxpayer provided attorney, Rais Jaleel Akbar, of the public defender’s office in the Walled City of Leonardtown.


Police say that Blanton placed her hand on an officer’s throat and attempted to choke him.

Blanton was found guilty of two counts of assault and with resisting arrest on Oct. 19, 2017 in St. Mary’s District Court.  On Sept. 26, 2014, Blanton pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and interfering in an arrest in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz. THE DEAL: Blanton was sentenced to 90 days in jail with all but 15 days in jail suspended. Seven other criminal charges were dropped as part of the deal.


Police say that Savoy was given multiple commands to cease her actions; Savoy refused and punched an officer on the scene. 

Corrina Lyevette Savoy assaulted deputies at crash scene of her brother March 3, 2019 Pegg Road Lexington Park, Md.

Police say that Corrina Lyevette Savoy, 24, also of 46599 Midway Drive, Lexington Park, Md., arrived on the scene of the crash caused by her dirtbag drug dealer brother Machiavelli Savoy in which he killed an innocent motorist as he fled from St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputies, and began to yell and curse at officers. 

Officers and emergency personnel were attempting to provide aid to the victim of her brother as well as her drug-dealing vermin brother, and police say that Corrina Savoy’s actions on scene were hindering the investigation. 

Savoy was fleeing St. Mary’s deputies when he hit Carol Anderson head-on as he fled on Pegg Road in Lexington Park on March 3, 2018. Photo courtesy Bay District VFD

Police say that Savoy was given multiple commands to cease her actions; Savoy refused and punched an officer on scene.  Savoy was arrested however continued to resist being placed into handcuffs and continued to hinder and obstruct the investigation.  Savoy was ultimately placed in custody and charged by St. Mary’s Deputy Scott Ruest with Assault 2nd Degree, Obstructing and Hindering, and Resisting Arrest. 

Machiavelli Tyzhae Savoy arrest photo for handgun in vehicle charges

Savoy was released from jail on a bond of $5,000 on her signature.

Savoy has a court date on April 4, 2019, to explain to a District Court Judge why she should be able to interfere in a crash scene, assault first responders and turn into an hysterical jackass due to her brother being in a wreck which he caused. Taxpayers will be delighted to learn that they will be paying for a free attorney for her, along with any court ordered anger management or psychiatric therapy.

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Ironically, Corrina Savoy was cited by Maryland Trooper Posch on Jan. 19, 2019 for speeding on the same road where her brother killed Carol Anderson when he fled from deputies.

One of the reasons a Peace Order is issued against a person by the District Court, as happened with Corrina Savoy on April 18, 2018, is being for a threatening, assaulting screaming lunatic.  Of course, since that time, Savoy may have been cured of such behavior and the trauma of seeing her brother critically injured in a wreck while fleeing in a vehicle with guns and drugs was just too much for her to take and she had a relapse.

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